Register to Vote Using CSUSM's Ballot Bowl Link
CSUSM is participating in California Students Vote Project (CSVP) Ballot Bowl initiative to increase civic engagement and voter participation among California university and college students. The campus with the highest percentage of registered voters wins a trophy. Let's win this CSUSM! Check out Ballot Bowl registration tracking.
To register online you will need your CA driver’s license or CA ID card number, the last 4 digits of your Social Security number and your birthday to register online.
Follow these steps to register to vote online:
- Go to https://registertovote.ca.gov/.
- Check the option the applies to you, then click ‘Next’.
- Input the rest of your information into the California State Voter Registration Form.
- Select CSU San Marcos for University or College affiliation.
- Carefully, review your information, then submit your form.
- You’ll receive an email confirmation of your application.
Top Voter Registration Questions
- Reasons to Update Your Voter Registration Status
- Your name has changed.
- If you have changed addresses since March 3, 2020.
- Your political party affiliation has changed.
- Questions about Eligiblity to Vote? Talk to a Trusted Contact!
The Jewish Family Services organization's Higher Education and Legal Services (HELS) program provides free consultation on voter eligibility for all individuals living in the United States. Contact the HELS team to schedule an appointment to discuss your eligibility to vote in the upcoming election.
- Register By Mail
- Get the Voter Registration Form by calling the San Diego County Elections Office at (858)565-5800 or 1(800)345-VOTE (8683) to have a form sent to you.
- Fill out the form.
- Mail the form to the San Diego County Elections Office by October 24.
- Military Federal Voting Assistance Program
- Registration Deadline
The deadline to register to vote in California for the November 2020 General Election is Monday, October 24.
If you missed the deadline to apply, you can go to a polling place or vote center (CSUSM McMahan House) to register. You will be able to register and vote on the same day - all the way up through Election Day.
Complaints of voter fraud may be reported to via the Secretary of State's Voting Information Hotline at 1-800-345-VOTE, or by filling out the Fraud Complaints Form and submitting to the address listed at the end of the form.